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Maryruth Hicks

Learning Analytics -- Wider Tracks -- Better Outcomes - 4 views

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    A magazine about data mining in education -- learning analytics, predictive analytics, and a few of the institutional leaders in learning analytic research.
anonymous

Home | JOG THE WEB - 1 views

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      Appears to be similiar to the diigo resource. 
  • JOG THE WEB is a web-based tool that allows anyone to create a synchronous guide to a series of web sites.
  • annotate and ask guiding questions
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    Hello colleagues, this resource appears to be similar to diigo. I thought it was important to share should someone not be comfortable with diggo they could try jobtheweb.
Debi Griggs

Learning Analytics Blog | Socrato - 1 views

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    Blog dedicated to the use of data, technology and analytics in education.
Debi Griggs

Google Custom Search - Learning Analytics - 3 views

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    Custom search engine that focuses on the leaders in the development of learning analytics.
Dennis OConnor

Daily Infographic | A New Infographic Every Day | Data Visualization and Design - 3 views

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    Visualization of data is a growing field of interest.
Dennis OConnor

How to be a data journalist | News | guardian.co.uk - 0 views

  • Data journalism trainer and writer Paul Bradshaw explains how to get started in data journalism, from getting to the data to visualising it
  • So where does a budding data journalist start? An obvious answer would be "with the data" - but there's a second answer too: "With a question".
  • There is no shortage of data being released that you can get your journalistic teeth into. The open data movement in the UK and internationally is seeing a continual release of newsworthy data, and it's relatively easy to find datasets being released by regulators, consumer groups, charities, scientific institutions and businesses. You can also monitor the responses to Freedom of Information requests on What Do They Know, and on organisations' own disclosure logs. And of course, there's the Guardian's own datablog.
Dennis OConnor

Sites - the Data Liberation Front - 2 views

  • A site can be downloaded using the open-source tool available at the Google Sites Liberation Project Page.  Note that this tool requires Java 1.5 or later.  Once the tool has been downloaded, double-click on the JAR file to launch the application.  You will be presented with the following screen.
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    Interesting Idea. Download your Google site and move it to your own domain and server?
Eric Anderson

Many Eyes - 2 views

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    very nice resource dealing with visualization of data... on a word cloud kick!
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    requires a free registration though
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